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TUBO Lounge Chair, 1969.

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This iconic TUBO chair, its original name, shows the ingenious and extraordinary work of Joe Colombo. The structure is formed by four modular tubes of different sizes that can be nested together, assembled in one for easy transport.

It is made of PVC plastic, tubular steel, foam and upholstered in red jersey. Assembly made by six steel clips and rubber balls.

Manufacturer: Flexform, circa 1969, discontinued in 1976.

- Catalog of the exhibition "Il modo italiano", Skira edition, 2006, p. 279
- Philippe Decelle, Diane Hennebert and Pierre Loze, "The utopia of all plastic 1960-1973"
- Edition Foundation for architecture, 1994, p. 61
- Catalog of the exhibition "Joe Colombo", Vitra Edition, 2005, pp. 230 and 23.

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Height61 cm (24")
Width102 cm (40 1/4")
Depth62 cm (24 1/2")
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Year 1969
Medium PVC, steel, jersey
Country Italy
Condition Fair - a slight snaf on one of the tube